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On the basis of field data as well as fluid and soil mechanics and structural engineering, it is argued that mangroves and coastal forests need to be restored and even created to enhance the protection of coastal areas from salt spray, wind damage, and erosion from wind-driven waves and typhoon waves. These forests also save human lives during a tsunami below a threshold level that depends on the tsunami wave height and the characteristics of the forest. Mangroves also provide importantfatcat:ilqzykqpuvhf5exiiyh6tvxqcy